We often mistake the word luxury with materialistic things. However, luxury is the combination of us experiencing leisure in a peaceful environment whilst we forget our daily troubles. True luxury can be experienced in the arms of a loved one or it can be experienced in the bounty of nature.
Adventure Island Amusement Park – The Adventure Island Amusement Park at Rohini in Delhi is a combination of retail shops, thrilling rides and great eateries. I took my nephew and my parents to the place on a Sunday. Each of us had a great time as my son had his fill of amusement rides and water rides like Splash Dunk and Rain Dance while I could shop to my heart’s content at the Metro Walk. My parents relaxed by the serene lagoon on the side.
Peach and Raspberry Custard Tart – I had an opportunity to try out Peach and Raspberry Custard Tart for dessert after a meal. The aroma of the sweet peach and the luscious raspberries made my mouth water. It was a perfect dessert with sweet from the peach, sour from the raspberry, crunch from the tart base and creaminess from the custard.
Albert Bridge Apartments London – I visited London for an educational conference and I stayed at the Albert Bridge Apartments London. It was an apt place for me because the train station was in close proximity to it. The Battersea Park and the London Victoria were just minutes away too. The rooms were clean, comfortable with a homey feel to them.
As a professor, I make sure that my students are performing and participating in the republic day events. It is very essential for the youth of today to understand why the day is important and how the constitution came into existence. It has helped India grow culturally as well as economically.
Hello guys, I am Anisha Goel here with my new piece of write up. As my students know me, I am an ideal professor. But I have another side where I am a travel buff and I love travelling with my family. I feel travelling can create precious memories and one can learn a lot while exploring important places.
Delhi is waiting!
It is winter and a lot of people love to visit my city, which is Delhi. So, here I am with some interesting places where you can enjoy. I love Delhi, not because it is my home town but also because it stores a great volume of history in itself. When you are coming to Delhi, then the historical places like monuments and museums in Delhi should not be missed.
I have been to every single monument and museum in the capital, so I am here to guide you with some simple yet important tips. Delhi has been an important place right from the ancient era, and has been and is being ruled by a lot of parties. Some of the most important historical museums which are to be visited are Tibet house museum, National museum of natural history, Zakir Hussain memorial trust, Nehru museum and planetarium, and the list is pretty lengthy.
Interesting museums in Delhi
Let me brief you about some important museums so that you gain interest and do not miss the opportunity of visiting them while in Delhi. The first one is my favourite, which is Tibet House Museum. It is located in Lodhi road, and portrays the art and culture of Tibet region. There are currency notes, library, handicrafts, musical instruments and lots more here from Tibet. Make note of timings which are 9.30am to 5.30 pm, and open from Monday to Friday.
Next is Natural Museum of Natural History which is situated in Tansen Marg. I always recommend my friends to visit the place which has been storing amazing elements right from 1978. The museum is open on all days except Monday and other national holidays, and the timings are 10 am to 5 pm.
Some other important museums that have to be visited in Delhi are- Gandhi Museum, Craft Museum, Sangeet Natak Academy, Ghalib museum and Library, and many more. Don’t miss the wonderful opportunity to more about our history when in the capital city!
I first got to taste this dish in the small café in the city. It was invented in Scotland and is made of a chocolate called Mars. It is generally fried in a batter used to fry meat and served with a dollop of ice cream. It tasted gooey and sugary which worked very well as a after – meal dessert!